If you think this isn’t awesome, you need to take some time, reflect on your choices and then declare this Samurai’s skills to be awesome. Mostly because any other answer would be wrong. The guy you see is master swordsman Isao Machii, who gets a fastball headed his way at 100mph. In a split second, that fast ball is two bowls.
This superbly detailed line by Bandai puts Star Wars characters in a rather fitting style of Samurais. It’s quite an intelligently created set, which does an excellent job at transforming our favorite characters into Samurai, but doesn’t go overboard.
The code of the warrior should not be forgotten in the kitchen. In a world where fruit ninjas abound, the Samurai definitely get to show their skills in the kitchen. Besides, being a kitchen samurai is so much better than being a regular person chopping veggies and crying over onions. Samurai don’t cry, not even for when chopping onions. The set of knives costs £39.95 ($61.3).
Popular culture often presents Samurais as warriors and heroes who perform such daring feats that would be near impossible for most humans. Modern day Samurai Isao Machii however comes pretty close. This headmaster of Samurai school is so good that he can pull out his sword and slice a speeding pellet in half. This presents not only just super quick responses, but also an inhuman aim. Checkout the video and be prepared to be blown away.
Obviously, no one has ever thought of washing machines as a threat thereby affording them as an ideal camouflage. But when the day comes for the rising of the machines, washing machines will be at the forefront as Samurai, kicking meatbag ass. Thanks to the efforts of Nikola Nikolov who created these masterful Samurai sculptures from recycled washing machine drums, we now know what machines are up to.
A greedy company owner gets on the wrong end of a “Samurai Terrorist” Ninja. When you hear someone being called Samurai and Ninja at the same time, you know never to mess with them.
The video is a theater performance showing a Samurai fight off a shadow demon or something. The Samurai may be fighting a projected video, but that guy’s got serious skills with the sword.
I can’t really think of something against these Samurai underwears. They come in warrior armor design and match the armor of some of the best known Samurai like Masayuki Sanada, Naomasa Ii, Nobunaga Oda and Shingen Takeda. The price is a bit on the high side at $183.